Resistin-Like Molecule beta (RELM beta) is a member of a family of secreted proteins containing a conserved cystein-rich C-terminus. The RELM family consists of resistin (also called FIZZ3), RELM alpha (FIZZ1), RELM beta (FIZZ2) and RELM gamma. Only resistin and RELM beta were found in humans whereas all four RELM family members were identified in rodents. Recombinant human RELM beta consists of two non-glycosylated polypeptide chains.
Peptides & proteins
Produced using animal free raw components and processes, in a non-mammalian system. Ideal for researchers concerned about the risks and effects of contaminating viruses, prions and trace growth factors from FBS and animal-derived ingredients used in standard recombinant protein production techniques. Endotoxin levels are less than 1.0 EU per ug protein via LAL. Bioactivity is comparable to recombinant protein produced in traditional techniques.